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I have a White's Silver Eagle that I've had for over a decade.   I took a break from detecting for a number of years, and got back into it this year.  Way back, the Silver eagle was a top-of-the-line machine, but I rarely read of anyone using them.  I've found all sorts of treasure with it, though nothing terribly valuable.  Am I missing something?

Anyone else have experience with the Silver Eagle?   Any tips, programs, etc?


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I have a White's Silver Eagle that I've had for over a decade.   I took a break from detecting for a number of years, and got back into it this year.  Way back, the Silver eagle was a top-of-the-line machine, but I rarely read of anyone using them.  I've found all sorts of treasure with it, though nothing terribly valuable.  Am I missing something?

Anyone else have experience with the Silver Eagle?   Any tips, programs, etc?



It is an Excellent top-of-the-line Machine , Definitely a Keeper !!
Someone on the internet has one for sale right now with extra shafts and search-coils for $365.00 !! See all the photo's below . All the early Whites MPC machines were powerful . With practice you will find the Good Stuff !! A link to the user manual was posted yesterday by another cool Canadian member . They also named a metal detector after him !!  :Smiley

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Eugene that has to be the steal of the century, I would love to get my hands on that fer sure

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That machine must be one of the ones that first got the new control pad because the Eagle II sl 90 (1990)
had a verticle screen and two rows of buttons, one up each side of the pod

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Eugene that has to be the steal of the century, I would love to get my hands on that fer sure

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It was there last night when I borrowed the picture !!   :Smiley

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